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August 2022

GANDERBAL, AUGUST 30: CMO Ganderbal Dr Afroza Shah today chaired Nasha Mukht Bharat meeting wherein she took stock of various indices pertained to the aims and objectives of the programme.

 

Various issues were discussed threadbare wherein focus was given on increase prevalence of drug addiction among youth in the district ganderbal along with detailed review of past three month work done.

 

Staff of various units pertained to Nasha Mukht Bharat objectives were present in the meeting.

 

CMO Ganderbal stressed all the officers/officials to further improve upon rigorous counselling awareness session along with effective follow ups for the better targetted patient care.

 

A seminar calendar was decided wherein dedicated day per week was finalised and mega awareness programmes shall be held in school, colleges and other stakeholders.

 

She also directed all the staff to ensure that all the guidelines of the programme are followed in letter & spirit.

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GANDERBAL, AUGUST 30: CMO Ganderbal Dr Afroza Shah today chaired Nasha Mukht Bharat meeting wherein she took stock of various indices pertained to the aims and objectives of the programme.

Various issues were discussed threadbare wherein focus was given on increase prevalence of drug addiction among youth in the district ganderbal along with detailed review of past three month work done.

Staff of various units pertained to Nasha Mukht Bharat objectives were present in the meeting.

CMO Ganderbal stressed all the officers/officials to further improve upon rigorous counselling awareness session along with effective follow ups for the better targetted patient care.

A seminar calendar was decided wherein dedicated day per week was finalised and mega awareness programmes shall be held in school, colleges and other stakeholders.

She also directed all the staff to ensure that all the guidelines of the programme are followed in letter & spirit.

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Srinagar, August 30: Three militants on Lashkar-i-Toiba oufit were killed in a gunfight in Nagbal area of South Kashmir’s Shopian district on Tuesday.

Officials sources told GNS that three militants of LeT were killed and their bodies were also recovered from the encounter site.

Earlier a joint team of Police and army launched a cordon and search operation in the area.

As the joint team of forces intensified searches towards the target spot, the hiding militants fired upon the forces, leading to an encounter.(GNS)

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The meeting reviewed the estimation, tendering and allotment status of all works including DDC/ BDC/ PRI grants. It also discussed detailed proposals under the District Capex Plan, 2022-23 including physical status of projects targeted for completion in the current fiscal and took a comprehensive review on the progress of developmental projects undertaken by various departments.

While reviewing the progress on framing of estimations, the chair was informed that all major DDC works, BDC works and PRI works have been tendered so far while work is in progress to tender out other works.

Speaking on the occasion, the DC said that district administration is committed to ensure all developmental projects/works are completed within a set timeline. She stressed on the concerned officers to take all possible measures to accelerate the pace of the ongoing works for their time-bound completion and directed for regular monitoring of works.

Joint director Planning, M.Yousuf Rather, Assistant Commissioner Development, Yaar Ali Khan, Assistant Commissioner Panchayats, Executive Engineer REW, BDOs of various blocks besides other senior officers of all the departments were present on the occasion.

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Jammu: Vivek Bali State General Secretary JDU was on his regular tour of Jindhar Panchayat. He listened to citizen’s complaint there and gave some solutions on the spot. Because of ongoing monsoon, waterlogging is happening at different places in ward no 4,5,6. No drainage system has been installed till date. Moreover, there is a major issue of commute as there is no concrete road. They have to walk through the farm and fields.

 

Another issue they are facing is that in the cemetery, there should be a shade where people can change their clothes. Citizens of the panchayats are lacking the basic needs and Vivek Bali has given them the assurance that he will try to raise their voices to the administrations. Citizens felt happy that the someone from the party has come there and listened to their complaints.

 

Vivek Bali was accompanied by Raj Kumar vice president R s pura and Tahir Majeed youth Vice president jammu. He has urged Hon’ble LG to intervene and try to resolve as soon as possible.

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